You want to ensure that you are bringing along enough equipment to do the job but not so much that you can’t fit it all in the space you have. One of the easiest ways to clear up clutter in your drawers is to look for utensils that have multi purposes. One example of this would be an adjustable measuring spoon instead of an entire set. This way you still have all the correct sizes, but only need storage space for one! Another example would be a knife that also has a peeler in it so you don’t need to bring both. For things you need multiples of make sure they are things that nest well with one another. For example, get pots and pans that easily stack inside each other instead of each needing their own space. There is a set of utensils you can get by Joseph Joseph that fit together to take up only the space of the ladle but also includes a spatula, slotted spoon, spaghetti server, solid spoon, and a storage stand if you want to store it upright on the countertop or in a cabinet. Collapsible items are a huge space saver! They have tons of things such as colanders, bowls, measuring cups, food storage containers, kettles, dish racks, and even an ice cream maker! You can find many of these things at your local Target and what you can’t find you can order on their website.
Organize the Clutter
You can only go so far in clearing out clutter and you have to stop in order to still have things you need. When you get to that point, it’s time to get organized. There are a lot of tips and tricks that will help you to better utilize the space you have and get everything organized.
Making an RV kitchen and the cooking experience feel like home without having to sacrifice your regular household amenities can be a serious challenge. Ensure you choose items to put in your RV that are multi-use, add more storage space where you can, and do your best to make use of every inch of built-in storage space. By maximizing the available space in your RV, you can have all of your kitchen and cooking comforts, while you’re on the road.